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Sep 28, 2022

Grab your guitar because today I’m sharing with you a fun & essential jazz pentatonic scale pattern.


In today’s lesson, you learn how to turn plain ole pentatonic scales into hip sounding jazz lines and solos, no complicated theory.


First, you warm up your ears, hands, & creativity by soloing with Am pentatonic...

Sep 26, 2022

Grab your guitar, because today you’re playing one of my favorite, and one of the most important jazz rhythms, the Charleston.

When comping over jazz standards, you often focus on chords, subs, chromatic chords, etc.


What about rhythms?

Practicing comping rhythms elevates every chord, sub, and chromatic idea you...

Sep 22, 2022

Grab your guitar because today I’m sharing with you a killer exercise that is guaranteed to turbo charge your jazz soloing rhythms.


When learning how to solo over jazz standards and progressions, you learn scales, modes, arpeggios, licks, patterns, and more.




What about rhythm?


Rhythm is the most important...

Sep 19, 2022

Grab your guitar, because today you’re going to improvise over the jazz standard Summertime, even if you’ve never played jazz or soloed before.

When I was first learning jazz guitar, I believed, and maybe you can relate, that I needed to learn dozens of scales, modes, arpeggios, and licks before I could even...

Sep 14, 2022

Grab your guitar, today I’m sharing with you one of my favorite jazz scale patterns, the 4123 lick.

This Charlie Parker pattern literally transformed my solos overnight from sounding like scales to sounding like jazz.

It’ll do the same for you.

In this lesson, you learn the 4123 jazz scale pattern & immediately solo...